QUERCETIN AND BROMELAIN

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    • Immune boosting formula
    • Carefully balanced ingredients for optimal results
    • Vitamin C contributes to normal functioning of the immune system
    • Vitamin C protects cells against oxidative stress
    • Quercetin and bromelain work in partnership together

What is Quercetin and Bromelain?

Support your immune system with Quercetin and Bromelain supplements. Combining two powerful plant-based ingredients with vitamin C. Vitamin C helps support the immune system and protect cells from oxidative stress. Quercetin is a powerful flavonoid that has antioxidant benefits, while Bromelain is an enzyme found naturally in pineapples. Together, with the addition of vitamin C, this carefully blended supplement supports your system. Ideal taken in early Spring and at times of challenge.

Quercetin may help protect against heart disease and cancer. Quercetin can also help stabilize the cells that release histamine in the body and thereby have an anti-inflammatory and antihistamine effect.

Quercetin is known for its antioxidant activity in radical scavenging and anti-allergic properties characterized by stimulation of immune system, antiviral activity, inhibition of histamine release, decrease in pro-inflammatory cytokines, leukotrienes creation, and suppresses interleukin IL-4 production.

What medications should not be taken with quercetin?
Interactions. Be careful if you are taking drugs such as antibiotics, cyclosporine, warfarin, or drugs that are changed by the liver. Quercetin may change how these drugs work and raise the risk of side effects.
Is quercetin bad for thyroid?
However, concerns have been raised about the potential toxic effects of excessive intake of quercetin, and several studies have demonstrated that flavonoids, included quercetin, can interfere with thyroid function. In a previous report, we showed that quercetin inhibits thyroid-cell growth and iodide uptake.
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